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Working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic for midwifery and nursing academics

A qualitative approach was taken, using demographics and open-ended qualitative questions to collect data. The use of qualitative data enhanced the description and understanding of nursing and...

Experiences and expectations of student midwives entering the final year of their programme of study

‘You're a third year now…’ is a phrase frequently cited as a reminder that student midwives in their final year of the pre-registration programme are on a ‘countdown’ to qualification, and the...

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